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RSA Conference Roundup

VirtualizationSecurityIt has now been a few weeks since RSA Conference 2014. A number of very disparate items to consider were announced at the conference. We covered some of them on the Virtualization Security Podcast held at the NSS Labs hospitality suite at the conference. Yet there is still more to consider. The impact of the solutions presented and the conversations held at the conference are still being worked out. While RSA Conference seemed about one-third mobile, one-third analytics, and one-third everything else, the products below were chosen due to their impact on virtual and cloud environments.  Continue reading RSA Conference Roundup

Privacy and the IoT

CloudComputingPrivacy is defined many different ways, but however you define it, when it comes to how corporations use data your privacy becomes very important. What companies do with your data may at times seem like an invasion of your privacy, but in these cases, privacy has well-defined limitations in the eyes of the law. Will the Internet of Things (IoT) change the definition of privacy in the context of computing? Let us consider Google’s purchase of Nest. What could it have gained by this, other than to have one more IoT device within its family of products? Continue reading Privacy and the IoT